Airberlin launching Chicago-Berlin flights starting March 23
Airberlin recently announced it will be launching its nonstop flights to Chicago from Berlin from March next year. The airline said that Airberlin flights between the two cities would start operating from March 23, 2013. This will make Airberlin the only carrier to offer nonstop flights connecting the two major cities so far.
Mayor of Chicago Rahm Emanuel in his meeting with Airberlin’s top officials has welcomed the commitment of Germany’s second largest carrier to the United States. He said that the launch of Airberlin’s flights services would be beneficial and would attract leisure and business travelers to Chicago.
The flights between Chicago and Berlin being launched by Airberlin would be complementing the new American Airlines flights services between Dusseldorf and Chicago being introduced in April next year.
With the launch of Airberlin flights on Chicago-Berlin route in March 2013, the airline will be operating a total of five destinations including Fort Myers, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and Miami.